Budget 2020: Startup sector needs relevant reforms, right support and opportunities to play crucial role in India's growth
To reduce startup 'infant mortality' and encourage angel investments, risk-taking, creation of jobs, it is hoped the government will allow for tax exemption for amounts invested in accredited startups.
To garner support for the Mastercard campaign, Dhoni will interact with merchants and encourage them to 'bat' for a cashless India by accepting digital payments
Digital payment volumes set to grow at 20% per annum; initiatives by RBI, Central and state govts to help achieve target
Globally, digital payment market size is expected to touch $10.07 trillion by 2026, the report said.
4th anniversary of Digital India: Initiative empowered people, reduced corruption and improved public service delivery system, says Narendra Modi
On the fourth anniversary of his government's flagship programme 'Digital India', Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the initiative has empowered people, reduced corruption and improved public service delivery to benefit the poor. Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said 3.65 lakh Common Service centres have been opened and 123 crore Aadhaar were generated. Prasad also lauded BHIM-UPI, a unified payments interface and said it is a 'unique fintech innovation' of India that has transformed the digital payment ecosystem.
The government in the interim Budget in February revised upward the fiscal deficit target to 3.4 percent from 3.3 percent of GDP
Banking a billion: India's thrust on digital economy propels country towards financial inclusion, societal transformation
Unleashing the potential of these bank accounts and it’s natively built Unified Payments Interface (UPI), India is witnessing a significant push towards digital payments
Following network failure, access to wages, pensions, subsidies, and all other bank transactions are hampered, leaving in its wake a disgruntled population.
Sunil Mittal said the telecom industry is infusing large amounts of money in strengthening infrastructure.
For Indian IT companies, America accounts for the lion's share of revenues at about 60 per cent, while Europe and the UK contribute about 20 per cent.
The US can learn many lessons from India's move towards a cashless economy, a top Silicon Valley expert has said while underlining that India "may have leapfrogged" American technology industry with simple and practical innovations.
Germany plans to invest an extra 5 billion euros ($5.6 billion) over the next five years to equip more than 40,000 schools and colleges with faster internet, wireless access points and tablet computers, the Education Minister said on Wednesday.
As industry calls for improved collaboration Microsoft launches Framework for Discrete Manufacturers Initiative to accelerate cloud computing